Rahm Emanuel to meet with Denis McDonough, likely new chief of staff

SHARE Rahm Emanuel to meet with Denis McDonough, likely new chief of staff
SHARE Rahm Emanuel to meet with Denis McDonough, likely new chief of staff

WASHINGTON–Mayor Rahm Emanuel, President Obama’s former chief of staff, spoke Saturday at the U.S. Conference of Mayors and is also scheduled to meet with Denis McDonough, who Obama is most likely to tap as his new chief of staff. City Hall confirmed that Emanuel had a meeting set up with McDonough.

At the mayoral conference, Emanuel asked the mayors to scrub their pension funds to divest any investments from gun manufacturers.

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